FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Montreal – August 11, 2015 – LIDD Supply Chain Intelligence, (www.lidd.ca) today announced that business development specialist Jesse Micak, formerly a Vice-President of Industrial Services at leading real estate consulting firm, Cresa, has joined the company’s management team as a Director and will be heading up the firm’s new Toronto office.
Having successfully completed facility assignments for food, automation, government, solar and consumer packaged goods organizations, Mr. Micak will be actively involved in the development and maturation of LIDD’s supply chain infrastructure advisory business in the greater Toronto market. He will draw upon the same competitive drive and determination that made him a 2014 Ironman Triathlete to help his clients achieve their objectives.
Mr. Micak holds a degree in Environmental Studies from Lakehead University and in 2014 was recognized by CoStar as one of Toronto’s top industrial real estate professionals.
“The Toronto metropolitan area represents the third largest logistics market in North America and so opening an office there was a logical next step in our expansion strategy,” said Charles Fallon, Principal and co-founder at LIDD. “Mr. Micak’s experience adds a wealth of industrial real estate knowledge to our practice, and provides the perfect compliment to our core suite of client services, including network studies, facility expansions and relocations.”
“The fact that we help clients to view their facilities, technology and materials handling systems as a single, cohesive infrastructure means we are uniquely positioned to advise them on how they can make better capital investment decisions,” continued Mr. Fallon.
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LIDD provides independent, conflict-free advice to manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers to assist them in making better capital investment decisions regarding their logistics and supply chain infrastructure. We collaborate closely with key stakeholders to ensure our recommendations are firmly rooted in facts and not rules-of-thumb or gut-feels.
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